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  • Engineering with a Mission, llc Looking for Boise City ESC Responsible Person and Plan Designer Training? You're at the right place!

    Engineering with
    a Mission, LLC

    Engineering with a Mission, LLC, provides civil engineering consulting services, using a background in floodplain management, hydraulics analysis, teaching, and general site civil design.
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    Engineering with a Mission, LLC, provides civil engineering consulting services, using a background in floodplain management, hydraulics analysis, teaching, and general site civil design.
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    Boise Fire Department

    The Boise Fire Department has collaborated with the Boise State University interdisciplinary working group BURN, has worked with Geosciences department staff to gather information for placing a Boise Fire Department owned RAWS station in the Boise Front, as well as collaborating on needs for LiDAR acquisition for the Boise area that would have utility for many working groups, while updating our Ada Wildfire Riskmap. The Boise Fire Department has also helped shape surveys for two separate research efforts relating to the Boise wildland-urban interface and has provided guest speakers for climate and wildfire related classes.
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    The Boise Fire Department has collaborated with the Boise State University interdisciplinary working group BURN, has worked with Geosciences department staff to gather information for placing a Boise Fire Department owned RAWS station in the Boise Front, as well as collaborating on needs for LiDAR acquisition for the Boise area that would have utility for many working groups, while updating our Ada Wildfire Riskmap. The Boise Fire Department has also helped shape surveys for two separate research efforts relating to the Boise wildland-urban interface and has provided guest speakers for climate and wildfire related classes.
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    GeoEngineers

    • Geotechnical Engineering
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Hydraulic Engineering
    Ryan Carnie, Senior Water Resources Engineer
    • Geotechnical Engineering
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Hydraulic Engineering
  • Idaho Smart Growth

    Idaho Smart Growth

    Nonprofit

    Idaho is clearly growing, and will see even more growth in the coming years. This presents a rare moment of opportunity. Our communities can uniquely benefit by applying smart growth principles based on the lessons learned elsewhere. These have proven to work in other states and right here at home. Idaho Smart Growth is a nonprofit, nonpartisan team offering expertise and tools to keep our communities vibrant and our lands healthy.
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    Idaho is clearly growing, and will see even more growth in the coming years. This presents a rare moment of opportunity. Our communities can uniquely benefit by applying smart growth principles based on the lessons learned elsewhere. These have proven to work in other states and right here at home. Idaho Smart Growth is a nonprofit, nonpartisan team offering expertise and tools to keep our communities vibrant and our lands healthy.
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Ada County

State of Idaho

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    Idaho Office
    of Emergency
    Management

    Idaho Office of Emergency Management (IOEM) is a Division of the Idaho Military Division and Idaho’s statewide Homeland Security & Emergency Management Agency. The men and women of this Division are dedicated to their mission of protecting the lives and property of the people of Idaho, as well as preserving the environmental and the economic health of Idaho.
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    Idaho Office of Emergency Management (IOEM) is a Division of the Idaho Military Division and Idaho’s statewide Homeland Security & Emergency Management Agency. The men and women of this Division are dedicated to their mission of protecting the lives and property of the people of Idaho, as well as preserving the environmental and the economic health of Idaho.
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    USGS Idaho
    Water Center

    The USGS Idaho Water Center provides reliable, impartial scientific information to our local, state, tribal, and federal partners in four basic areas of research: surface water, groundwater, water quality, and water use and availability.
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    The USGS Idaho Water Center provides reliable, impartial scientific information to our local, state, tribal, and federal partners in four basic areas of research: surface water, groundwater, water quality, and water use and availability.
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    US Fish and
    Wildlife Service
    Science Applications
    Program

    The mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working with others to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has a long tradition of scientific excellence and always uses the best-available science to inform its work to conserve fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitat for the benefit of the American public.
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    The mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working with others to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has a long tradition of scientific excellence and always uses the best-available science to inform its work to conserve fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitat for the benefit of the American public.
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    FEMA Region
    X Homeland
    Response Force

    For the entire Region X area consisting of Idaho, Washington, Oregon, and Alaska, the 10th Homeland Response Force (HRF) is a 580 member team that can deploy in whole, or in part of various response capabilities primarily concerned with Chemical, Nuclear, Biological, and Radioactive situations. Capabilities include: Technical Search and Rescue, Mass Decontamination, Fatality Search and Rescue, Critical Care, and Mortuary Affairs assistance with refrigeration and storage. 10th HRF has deployed in events such as the Oso Mudslide in 2014. Additionally, the HRF has deployed as standby for major events such as the Super Bowl. The 10th HRF is committed to protecting our population as well as preserving our environment.
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    For the entire Region X area consisting of Idaho, Washington, Oregon, and Alaska, the 10th Homeland Response Force (HRF) is a 580 member team that can deploy in whole, or in part of various response capabilities primarily concerned with Chemical, Nuclear, Biological, and Radioactive situations. Capabilities include: Technical Search and Rescue, Mass Decontamination, Fatality Search and Rescue, Critical Care, and Mortuary Affairs assistance with refrigeration and storage. 10th HRF has deployed in events such as the Oso Mudslide in 2014. Additionally, the HRF has deployed as standby for major events such as the Super Bowl. The 10th HRF is committed to protecting our population as well as preserving our environment.
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    Idaho Conservation League

    We are a conservation community working to keep Idaho the kind of special place you experienced as a child-and to protect it for the next generation of children. Since 1973, ICL has connected people like you-people interested in conservation-to decision makers and to each other.
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    We are a conservation community working to keep Idaho the kind of special place you experienced as a child-and to protect it for the next generation of children. Since 1973, ICL has connected people like you-people interested in conservation-to decision makers and to each other.
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